Counseling Support

The emotions related to cancer can vary from person to person and from one day to the next. At New Day, we provide counseling services to help you cope with the range of feelings you, and the people close to you, may experience.  Services are offered by a fully licensed professional who will provide competent mental health services in a caring, confidential environment.

Initial counseling services (up to three sessions) are offered to qualified families for a nominal fee. Terms and fees are on a case-by-case basis and will be discussed in initial session.

Types of Counseling
  • Individual Counseling: Provides a one-on-one interaction with a counselor to talk about troubling circumstances, thoughts, and feelings. The counselor will listen attentively, express caring concern, ask questions, and offer feedback
  • Couple & Family Counseling: When meeting with a couple or with multiple family members, a counselor listens objectively to all participants and helps identify how specific thoughts and behaviors may be contributing to conflict. Family members learn new ways to support one another during stressful times.
  • Group Counseling: A group of individuals with similar concerns may meet together with a counselor who leads the discussion and provides support and guidance. Individuals learn from both the counselor’s insights and the perspectives of the other members of the group.